Tigger lived on the end of a chain until he was nine years old. In January, he found a forever home when a loving animal care giver, who had worked hard for over a year to rescue Tigger from his owners, noticed an enlarged tumor under Tigger’s tail. She was finally allowed to take Tigger into her home for the final two months of his life – the tumor was an aggressive cancer. After a brief quarantine in her home, his new mommy released him in the fenced back yard to play with her pets. That’s when she took this amazing photo of Tigger. Finally, Tigger knew true love. He passed away on February 23 with his mommy at his side.
PLEASE share this obituary to remind people that no creature should live chained and alone.
I’m so glad you felt love for a little time. RIP
So happy he died with someone who loved him at his side.
You were the best Mom to Tigger even if only for a little while…you can tell he was happy with you…when you meet again at the Rainbow Bridge…he will show you just how wonderful if was to be your Tigger….RIP Tigger!!!
Thank you so much for showing him what true love is all about.
Kortney, you did a wonderful thing for Tigger.He knew love and he loved you.
Thank you so very much for taking Tigger in and showing him love. You where turly a Blessing for Tigger